Our application deadline for Spring of 2014 is December 1st.
The primary objective of the MPA Program is to provide professional training in public and non-profit administration. The curriculum emphasizes the development of administrative and analytical skills. Students develop mastery through applied techniques and administrative exercises appropriate to the management of government, nonprofit, and arts-related organizations.
MPA students have the option to concentrate their studies in several specialized areas:
Certificates are available to students wanting specialized training within Non-Profit Management, Urban Management & Policy, Arts Administration, Emergency Management and Public Finance; but not necessarily interested in pursuing a Masters degree.
The MPA Program is accredited by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs & Administration (NASPAA.)
Be sure to check out this story on MPA Alum, Shelley Clayton, featured in Campus News: Faces - Shelley Clayton.
MPAD 6187 Spring 2013 Report: Establishing a Model City for Individuals with Disabilities
Gerald G. Fox Master of Public Administration Video
2012 Alumni Awards Video - Curt Walton